will go up at one of Bolton's most prized parks as part of £5.1 million development project.
Railings and steel gates
will be installed at various entrances to Queen's Park, the Bolton News reports.
An existing Grade II-listed lodge will also be transformed into a community hub to be used by organisations, housing meeting spaces, a cafe and toilet
Hooped security fencing
around the park's lakes has also gone up.
The cash for the project came from the Lottery Fund in 2009.
Councillor Sufrana Bashir-Ismail, Bolton Council's executive member for Cleaner, Greener, Safer, told the newspaper: "We are delighted that work will be starting soon on the next phase of the redevelopment of Queen's Park."
Queen's Park was named in honour of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee in 1897. It was opened in 1866 as Bolton Park by the Earl of Bradford.